Obesity has become a primary risk factor for all health complications, such as heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, and cancer. Bariatric surgery has various health benefits; control of obesity-related conditions, like diabetes and hypertension. The surgery helps to reduce the risk of obesity complications, such as stroke and heart disease. It helps in improving stamina and self-esteem. Aster Hospital is one of the renowned hospitals for bariatric surgery in India, we offer a wide range of weight loss surgery. Our team in the department of bariatrics consists of highly experienced surgeons specialised in bariatric surgery. We use advanced laparoscopic and robotic bariatric surgical procedures in obesity surgery. A minimally invasive procedure is used to reduce the complications and less hospital stay. Other weight loss surgical procedures offered at Aster Hospital include sleeve gastrectomy, gastric bypass surgery and biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch.
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What is obesity?
Obesity is a medical condition which occurs due to abnormal accumulation of excess fat in the body, results in a greater effect on overall health. In other words, it is a medical problem that increases the risk of having heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and some cancers.
The causes of obesity include overeating and lack of physical activity, modern sedentary lifestyle. Other causes include a poor diet, genetics, pregnancy and lack of sleep etc. Get the best obesity treatment in Bangalore at Aster CMI Hospital.
How long will a laparoscopic surgery take?
Laparoscopic surgery may usually take up to half an hour to one hour, based on the type of surgery being performed. In this procedure, the surgeon will insert a camera through a small incision near the belly button. The laparoscope will send the images from the abdominal cavity to high-resolution video monitors in the operating room. This helps the surgeon to precisely view the detailed images of the inside of the abdomen on the monitor and perform the operation with smaller incisions.
Is keyhole surgery painful?
After the surgery, you may experience moderate pain and discomfort in the area where surgery is performed. You may also have a sore throat because of the anaesthesia tube for a brief period which is self-limiting, you may have bloating and cramps which can be caused if some of the gas used is retained inside your abdomen.
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How safe is laparoscopic surgery?
Laparoscopic surgery is safe, it is also known as minimally invasive surgery or keyhole surgery. Initially, your surgeon will inspect the abdomen to assess whether laparoscopic surgery can be performed safely. When a significant amount of inflammation occurs, or if the surgeon experiences certain conditions that prevent a clear view of the structures, the surgeon might need to make a wider incision to perform the procedure safely.
What are the complications of keyhole surgery?
The complications of keyhole surgery are very less, usually nausea and vomiting, some occasional bleeding infection are very rare of the incision area, trapped air inside of the abdomen some times can cause bloating which usually settles down soon With keyhole surgery.
Your surgeon can access the interior of the body through a small incision, thus eliminating the need for open surgery. Visit Best Key Hole Surgery Hospital Bangalore to avail comprehensive medical care.
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